Campus organizations support veteran students

For the rising number of students on campus who are veterans, there are a few organizations to help with the transition back to civilian life.

The effects of college on first-generation students

Getting through college as a first-generation college student can have unique challenges.

Students, faculty enjoy newly expanded engineering building

Students and faculty discuss the improvements to the new engineering building.

Slightly sarcastic horoscopes with Madam LoCoco: week of June 7

Madam LoCoco returns to K-State and to her crystal ball to bring you missives from your bleak, bleak future.

UPC hosts self-defense seminar

With 50 percent of sexual assault on college campuses occurring within the first six weeks of classes, learning how to defend yourself has become more crucial than ever.

Kat’s Corner: “mantra for the dreamers”

Jenner Little shares his poem "mantra for the dreamers."

Day of remembrance event held in Union after grand jury decision regarding Breonna Taylor...

After the recent grand jury decision of Taylor’s case, organizers said they hoped visitors would engage in meaningful dialogue and find common ground over issues regarding police brutality and the Black Lives Matter movement.

Posture improves spinal bone structure

With Correct Posture Month just around the corner, the average college student may be unaware of the stresses that can be caused by slouched...

Foods with more sugar than a candy bar

When thinking of healthy alternatives, some might not actually check the labels on the foods they purchase.

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Wabash owner combines high-quality meat, rooftop dining for unique experience

K-State alum David Bollman brings years of cooking experience and desire to serve "the best burger" to Aggieville

Mercury sports editor plans to open western outfitter store

Sportswriter to open a western-wear store in Manhattan.

K-State Exotic Animal Medicine Club: Members discuss benefits

Students learn about exotic animal care through the veterinary college club.

Annual soccer tournament commemorates fallen K-Stater

Annual soccer tournament honors Ed Chartrand, former K-State soccer player.

Students find ways to stay motivated as semester ends

Students find motivation right before breaks.

Retired K-State professor weighs in on racial preferences in college admissions

Former K-State professor of economic's research concludes that universities should focus more on diversity in admissions to improve academic strength.

In my defense: PhD candidates reflect on the journey to their dissertation presentations

Two graduate students reflect on preparing their dissertation defenses and the paths that led them to become Ph.D. candidates.